Dr. Shavonne J. Moore-Lobban is the Director of Clinical Training and an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology' s Washington DC Campus. She is a licensed psychologist with a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Purdue University. She completed her clinical internship at Boston University School of Medicine's Center for Multicultural Training in Psychology, and her fellowship at the Boston Veteran Affairs (VA) Healthcare System. Post-licensure, Dr. Moore-Lobban spent a number of years as an Instructor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School where she provided training, supervision, and teaching for psychology interns and psychiatry residents.
Clinically, Dr. Moore-Lobban specializes in the assessment and treatment of trauma, working with individuals with severe and persistent mental illness, and providing services to marginalized communities. Her research aligns with her clinical areas of expertise and utilizes a multicultural framework as a base for exploration. Dr. Moore-Lobban is also involved with multiple education and advocacy efforts to end sexual victimization against women and men. For example, Dr. Moore-Lobban serves on the Board of Directors for the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, has developed curriculum on sexual and interpersonal trauma for the Trauma Center in Boston, and has been called to participate in local government efforts to reduce the demand of sexual exploitation. She is passionate about raising awareness and engaging the community around these important issues.
Dr. Moore-Lobban is also passionate about making positive contributions to the psychology profession. She is actively involved with national organizations such as the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Association of Black Psychologist, as well as with international organizations such as the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. She holds various professional leadership positions including serving on APA's Board for the Advancement of Psychology in the Public Interest